Re: Accessible System Backup Image software, (WAS) the latest update to jaws 2020 giving me a fit
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Actually you didn't have to uninstall. You could have changed the
type of interface in the Settings dialog. Whoever told you to
uninstall is obviously not familiar with the product they are
being paid to support. Sad really.
On 5/8/2020 8:42 PM, kevin meyers
I installed it and realized I need to
install the traditional option. Support at TeraByte told me I
could uninstall and reinstall. I did that and when I started
the software it asked me to purchase, cancel. I used the Jaws
cursor and found continued was unavailable. I told support
that and was told to click on continue. I knew that wouldn’t
work. I tried it any and it didn’t work. Told support and they
have not gotten back to me. There has only been 1 day since
the download. Not 30 days. Now what?go to the point of
creating the image
IFW is a Terabyte Unlimited product. A thirty-day free trial
is offered. What about it did you not like, or would you
change about it?
Narrator gets included when a certain initialization
(.INI)file is edited before the recovery disk is created. It
can be started manually I think, but this particular option
will start it when the recovery disk is booted.
On 5/8/2020 6:44 PM, kevin meyers wrote:
Okay, IFW is talked about. When
looking on the internet there are muultiple sites
that provide the software. Well at least that is
what I find. Does anyone have a suggestion of which
site would be the best? I did try TeraByte and I
didn’t like it.
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Subject: Re: Accessible System Backup Image
software, (WAS) the latest update to jaws 2020 giving
me a fit
I, for one, would appreciate a bsic
tutorial from installing the software to doing a system
backup, which I gather automatically includes Narrator for
restoring, is that correct?
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